Italy is beautiful, enchanting, and mesmerizing kind of a country. It has long been regarded as the Pilgrim for Designers, be it automobile industry, interior designing or fashion brands. Here’s our pick of top fascinations of this charismatic place. If you happen to miss out on any one of them, it always makes for a good excuse to revisit Italy.
A trip to the economic Milan, gets legitimized for the enrapturing beauty of Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper itself, furthermore for its relishing Gothic Duomo. In the north are the dark blue volcanic lakes; Como and Garda, the union point of Daunting mountains and dramatic blue lakes, and their banks are enigmatically blemished by caramel colored sensuous towns.
And there’s Venice, which seems to have poured down from the paradise, a city built elegantly on a lagoon. See the shimmering mosaics of San Marco and its jaw-dropping waterfront piazza, and to skim across narrow canals in a gondola.
Keep in mind to devote sometime to the five Ligurian villages of Cinque Terre. The serendipitously placed, shrouded up in rustic splendor, with soaring cliffs at the backdrop, are a perfect conspiracy of nature to make you skip a beat.
Florence is brimming with jewels of Renaissance, with its Duomo, embellished with Brunelleschi’s dome and the masterpiece-stacked Uffizi gallery. The cityscape is unmatched; its medieval era structured tinted gold and red in the sun, swarming the shores of Arno.
Rome is Italy’s largest city and a place which has got something for everyone. Sometimes referred to as Caput Mundi which signifies the capital of the world, this ancient metropolis is blemished with striking ruins which prompts the visitors about the past glory of the Romans. From the fabulous Roman Temple of the Pantheon to the one of the world’s most enthralling ruins of all times, the Colosseum. It is the heart of the Catholic world and its true essence lies in the Vatican Museums, St Peter’s, and the Michelangelo-adorned Sistine Churches.
The countryside is also not average either, be mindful to ignite your senses by reveling in the green enclosures of Tuscany, marked by cypress trees and medieval period hilly settlements built from stone. Yet again there is flawless scenery of nearby Umbria, its hill dabbed with charming towns such as Orvieto and Assisi.